We want to assess the effectiveness of our measures and projects. To measure our progress, we collect key data around business operations, societal developments and the environment. Standardised indicators on the environment, social engagement and governance (Environment, Social and Governance – ESG) in particular are increasingly in demand on capital markets. This is why we have been presenting our key indicators in conformity with the ESG convention for a number of years.
If, as an analyst or investor, you have any questions, please contact us directly. Our Investor Relations Team will be happy to help.
In addition, since 2010 we’ve reported our KPIs in accordance with standards of the German Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management (German abbreviation: DVFA) and the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies (EFFAS). KPIs that reflect these standards are indicated by the DVFA/EFFAS ID.
Our KPIs include PreussenElektra’s business operations. The business operations at the Renewables segment that we transferred to RWE are included in our KPIs until late September 2019. A separate innogy segment, consisting mainly of network and sales businesses, became part of the E.ON Group on 18 September 2019. Consequently, last year’s reporting included a number of innogy KPIs after this date. This year, the 2019 KPIs of E.ON and innogy were aggregated in order to foster comparability and transparency. As a rule, KPIs include both entities from 2019 on. Any exceptions due to time frames, availability of data, and internal collating and reporting processes are clearly indicated. 2020 figures, however, refer to the scope of the new E.ON without exception. The abbreviation n/a indicates when a figure isn’t applicable, an en-dash (–), when a figure is unavailable.
1 Prior-year figures have been adjusted.
2 Excludes our consumption of district heating due to the immateriality of the quantity compared with the other Scope 2 categories
3 2020 is the first year for which we’ve reported market-based Scope 2 emissions
1 Hazardous and non-hazardous waste.
2 Percentage of recycled hazardous and non-hazardous waste.
1 Excludes board members, managing directors, and apprentices
2 Audited disclosures from the E.ON Annual Report
3 Includes board members, managing directors, and apprentices
4 Prior-year figures have been adjusted
5 Includes board members and managing directors
6 Excludes board members and managing directors
1 Total recordable injury frequency measures the number of reported fatalities and occupational injuries and illnesses per million hours of work. It includes injuries that occur during work-related travel that result in lost time or no lost time and/or that lead to medical treatment, restricted work, or work at a substitute work station.
2 Includes innogy for 1 October to 31 December 2019.
3 Lost-time injury frequency measures work-related accidents resulting in lost time per million hours of work.
4 Rounded figure; the exact figure is 99.53 per cent.
5 Excludes innogy.
6 Includes board members, managing directors, and apprentices.
1 Includes innogy from 2020 onward
1 Audited disclosures from the E.ON Annual Report.
2 Prior-year figures have been adjusted.
3 Includes smart meters in Slovakia (DSO in which we have a 49 per cent stake).
1 Inclues innogy from 2020 onward.
2 Includes leased embedded CHP plants operated by our customers and plants for reserve and emergency heat and power generation.
3 Our nuclear generation will end in 2022 due to Germany’s phaseout of nuclear power.
4 Used to generate heat for our district-heating networks.
5 Figure includes the Renewables segment that was transferred to RWE on 18 September 2019.
6 Prior-year figures have been adjusted.
1 Includes our power networks in Slovakia (DSO in which we have 49 per cent stake)
2 Prior-year figures have been adjusted
3 Includes innogy from 2020 onward
1 Includes innogy from 2020 onward.
2 Countries with less than 60 points in Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index.
3 Cases recorded at Corporate Functions that resulted in investigations and were not subsequently found to be false reports.
4 The E.ON Code of Conduct forbids donations to political parties, candidates, and incumbents.